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Bhola Foundation – Our Contribution to Society

Bhola is a migrant worker from a rural village of Madhya Pradesh, India, who in 2005, at the age of 18, was employed at our factory in India.
In 2009, Bhola got married and in 2011, he became a father to a beautiful daughter. He named her Chandni (moonlight).
Since Chandni’s birth, Bhola only fussed about one thing – to give Chandni the best of everything.
In India, A$ 30 a month per child goes a long way towards education & health care.
Every parent aspires to give his or her children the best education.
Bhola’s needs were no different.
But due to financial limitations, they would invariably have to send their kids to a public school in India.
Public Schools in India are very unlike public Schools in Australia.
Average Student to Teacher Ratio is 70:1 with very basic studiesimparted through year 10.
Most students do not have access to textbooks or proper nutrition during school days. And it is not surprising to see kids drop out of public schools before they finish year 10.

Children are not only a nations’ strength & future, but also our responsibility. As responsible employers, wedecidedto do something for kids of our committed & hard-working employees.

Bhola Foundation was initiated in 2014 as anon-profit fund, specificallyto provide free quality primary & secondary education to all children of our employees in India.
And this is done through donating 3% of our annual turnover to Bhola Foundation.

Today, Bhola Foundation financially supports an average of 110 children aged between 5 and16 years, providing them with free education in private schools, free school uniform and textbooks as well as free health care, if required.

As our customer, you are contributing to this noble cause.
Our employees and their family thank you for your support &contribution.

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